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Nicholas Kellogg
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Birth: 1488
Essex, England
Death: May 17, 1558
Essex, England

Nicholas KELLOGG was the son of unknown parents. He is believed to be the first recorded KELLOGG in Essex county, England, as his name appears on a tax list in January 1525. William KELLOGG was also on the tax list.

Many families with this surname lived in Essex county from earlier than this. Braintree and Great Leigh (in Essex Co.) were the seats of different branches of this family, often with the name spelled as variants such as Cellidge, Kellock, Killhog, Calaug, Cologe, Kellogue, Kelhogge, Coolidge, and others.

Nicholas married Florence HALL on 4 Oct 1515 in Debden, Essex Co, England. She was the daughter of William HALL.

Their known children:

1) William Kellogg, buried in Saffron, Walden on 2 Feb 1578.
2) Thomas Kellogg b. aft. 1506 d. 17 May 1568.
3) John Kellogg b. 1519

He was buried in Debden on 17 May 1558 and Florence was buried there on 8 Nov 1671.

Note: Day Otis Kellogg, formerly of the U.S. Consul in Glasgow, Scotland, was an early collector of Kellogg data. He believed the family were supporters of James VI of Scotland and came from there to England with him when he ascended the throne of Great Britian as James I, 24 March 1603.

Sources: LDS Family Search ancestral file, "Kellogs of the Old World and the New" by Timothy Higgins, Records of the South Church, Portsmouth, pg. 178. 
Family links: 
  Florence Hall Kellogg (1490 - 1571)
  William Kellogg (1515 - 1578)*
  Thomas Kellogg (1521 - 1594)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: D. Goodboe
Record added: Aug 16, 2009
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